22. 03. 2020

FIVB contributes fighting coronavirus by replaying volleyball classics on YouTube

Source: fivb.com; Photo: fivb.com

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The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) thinks of fans around the world in these dark moments of the fight against coronavirus across the world.


Starting from Monday, March 23, the FIVB will replay on its YouTube channel some of the most interesting indoor and beach volley matches of tournaments under its jurisdiction in the last several years.

“While competitions around the world are stopped, enjoy streams of classic matches at 5.00 and 9.00 GMT daily as of Monday including highlights from the FIVB Volleyball Nations League, the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships and more,” the governing body of the world volleyball posted on its website.

This might not make volleyball fans forget about the coronavirus pandemic but will divert their thoughts from it, at least, for a moment. More importantly, the FIVB gave one more reason for all of us to stay at home and avoid getting infected or spreading the COVID-19.

This is the full schedule of games streamed by the FIVB.



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1 Comments about "FIVB contributes fighting coronavirus by replaying volleyball classics on YouTube "

22.03.2020 | 22:10 |   Sorin Acela [unregistered]

Does everyone get stupid these days? Why would they replay those? Are volleyball fans so dumb they cannot replay games for themselves??

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